A small community located on the southern edge of Kingston Township in Tuscola County, Kingston is home to less than 500 people within the city limits. However, Kingston and the other surrounding communities which make up Tuscola County are home to a population of over 55,000 and enjoy a large seasonal tourism population from the more industrial communities of Detroit and Flint.
One of 9 villages, 2 cities and a number of additional unincorporated communities, Kingston and all of Tuscola County have become known for their historic charm and natural appeal. From Centennial Farms to historic sites of interest and museums, residents of this part of Michigan enjoy ample space to learn more and enjoy the beauty and history of the area throughout the year.
For most people who suffer from rheumatic or inflammatory conditions, one of the best ways to feel better, is to stay active. Walking, going for a bike ride or even playing golf can all help you feel better in many cases. According to the Arthritis Foundation, research shows that the more physically fit and active you are, the fewer inflammatory chemicals your cells produce. With dozens of parks within 30 miles of Kingston, there are plenty of places to get out and enjoy the weather, the beauty of Michigan and even some quality time with friends or family. Just staying active and enjoying these and other areas is a great way to help manage your pain and swelling.
While it is good to do your part, it is also important to get assistance from a professional who understands your disease as well. Professionals, like Dr. Dowd, and the Arthritis Institute of Michigan, have the resources and knowledge to advise you on additional treatments which may further reduce symptoms of any number of rheumatic diseases and conditions.
Rheumatologist Kingston MI
The Arthritis Institute of Michigan provides a variety of services to residents of Kingston and throughout Southern Michigan who suffer from any number of inflammatory or rheumatic conditions. Located in Brighton MI, we are less than 100 miles from Kingston and are welcoming new patients. If you live in Kingston and are dealing with a diagnosis of a rheumatic condition such as RA, gout or osteoporosis, we may be able to help you feel better and enjoy a higher quality of life. To learn more or to schedule an appointment with the Arthritis Institute of Michigan, call us at 1.810.225.7553 or fill out the form below.